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Locating emerging media

Author: Germaine R Halegoua; Ben Aslinger
Publisher: New York ; London Routledge, Taylor et Francis Group 2016
Series: Routledge studies in new media and cyberculture, 29
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Locating emerging media
Document Type: Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Germaine R Halegoua; Ben Aslinger
ISBN: 9780415818858 0415818850 9781136683039 1136683038
OCLC Number: 970817132
Accession No: (DE-604)BV044015384 (ZDB-38-EBR)ebr11176170
Description: 1 online resource (210 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Introduction: Locating Emerging Media Germaine R. Halegoua Part I: Policy 1. Cultivating Digital Media Capitals: Place, Policy, and "Ubiquitous Cities" Germaine R. Halegoua 2. State Policy towards Online Communications and the Internet Regulatory Regime in Turkey Bilge Yesil 3. Leapfrogging the Digital Divide: Locating Emerging Media in Remote Australia Tracey Benson 4. The Local and the Global in ICTD Initiatives: Analyzing Implementers and Audiences, a Case Study of Voice of Kibera Melissa Tully Part II: Industry 5. Game History and the Case of "Malzak": Theorizing the Manufacture of "Local Product" in 1980s New Zealand Melanie Swalwell and Michael Davidson 6. How Comic Books Travel: Brick-and-Mortar Stores, Digital Networks, and Global Flows Derek Johnson 7. Situating Ghana's New Media Industry: Liberalization and Transnational Entrepreneurship Seyram Avle Part III: Texts 8. Jordanian Queen Rania as Queen Consort of Social Media and Maternal Feminism: Constructing Fantasies of Sameness Candice Haddad 9. New Media, Collapsed Boundaries, and Hybridized Identities in the Context of Contemporary Chile Kristin Sorensen 10. Mapping the Mediascape: The Politics of Chinese Software Art Chaz Evans Part IV: Geographies 11. When Fiji is not an Island: Converging Histories of the South Pacific's (New) Media Capital? Nicole Starosielski 12. Affective Belongings across Geographies: Locating YouTube Viewing Practices of Morrocan-Dutch Youth Koen Leurs, Mariette de Haan, and Kevin Leander
Series Title: Routledge studies in new media and cyberculture, 29
Responsibility: edited by Germaine R. Halegoua and Ben Aslinger.


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